Self-study Worksheets

These self-study worksheets can be used with any Reader. Download them and use them to keep a record of your reading experience, to express your thoughts and opinions on the books you read, and to practise ways to analyse a story and to predict its outcome.

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Set out your personal reading objectives and make notes on genre, theme and new words as you read:

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What are you reading at the moment? Which part have you just read and what happened? What is your opinion on the part you have just read? What are your opinions on the characters and the book so far? Keep a record of these answers in your reading journal:

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We all judge books by their covers, or at least by the time we have read through the first chapter. What can you tell by looking at the book you are about to read and what can you predict about the book after reading the first chapter?

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Write key events in the story on a timeline, and summarise the story without giving away the ending:

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What would happen if you had the chance to change two key events in the story you have read?

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